ABBOTSFORD, B.C. — The Parole Board of Canada says a man who took nine people hostage at gunpoint in Edmonton will remain in custody for breaching the conditions of his parole, including using methamphetamine and hiring a prostitute.
TORONTO — Watching media reports about the deadly suicide bombing at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, may have left some Canadian children and teens feeling anxious — especially about attending a similar event in the future — but psychologists s
OTTAWA — The number of complaints about third-party activities during the last federal election jumped almost nine-fold over the previous one, prompting the elections commissioner to suggest an update of the rules.
RICHMOND, B.C. — Jocelyne Dramisino says she made her little cousin watch a hair-raising online video before taking her to a Vancouver-area wharf on Tuesday where days earlier a sea lion yanked a young girl off the dock and into the water.